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'Tawawa on Monday' Net Anime's 1st Episode Restored After Being Removed

posted on 2016-10-13 03:45 EDT by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Video was removed on Monday, creator says video's restoration is not planned "relaunch"

Artist Kiseki Himura announced on his Twitter account on Thursday that the first episode in the short anime of his Getsuyōbi no Tawawa (Tawawa on Monday) illustrations has been restored. Himura clarified that this is not the "relaunch" that he mentioned for the anime on Tuesday.

YouTube had removed the video from NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan's YouTube channel on Monday, the same day of its release. The video's page had stated, "this video has been removed for violating YouTube's Community Guidelines." Himura later posted a statement the following day, saying that he will not reupload the episode on his personal YouTube account, and will announce a new stream when it is decided.

YouTube lists its guidelines, which restrict nudity or sexual content, harmful or dangerous content, violent or graphic content, copyright violations, hateful content, threats, spam, misleading metadata, and scams.

The anime follows a salaryman who has a chance meeting with a girl named Ai on the train. The man and Ai begin to meet every Monday on the train, with the man serving as her "bodyguard" on the crowded commute while they chat. Sayaka Harada voices Ai, while Junji Majima voices the man. Kōichi Sōma voices the announcer.

NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan had planned to release a new episode every Monday, for a total of 12 episodes. The company hasn't yet stated if the anime will still follow this schedule.

Hiroyuki Yoshii is designing the characters. Kosuke Murayama is directing the anime at PINE JAM, and is also drawing the storyboards. Takashi Mamezuka is the animation director. Ryo Takahashi is credited for the production desk, and Daisuke Kobayashi is credited for production advancement. Akiko Kikuchi and Hiroki Matsumoto are the art directors, while Mayuko Koyama is credited with art design. Ryotaro Nakano is director of photography, and Yasuji Sakagami is credited with color design. Jin Aketagawa is credited for sound direction, and Yoshiaki Dewa is composing the music. Shinsaku Tanaka and Yasutomo Suzuki are credited with planning.

Harada performs the theme song "Otome no Tawawa" as Ai.

Himura publishes new illustrations for the series every Monday on his Twitter account, and has so far drawn 86 illustrations. Himura also draws the Sword Art Online: Progressive manga. Yen Press published the manga's fourth volume on March 22.


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